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The Case from a 3/4 view. One optical bay leaf is included for stealthing your optical drive.

The back. Notice that the whole frame is anodized black.

The buttons and the LEDs. The buttons feels pretty good upon depression, and I wished that NZXT did away with the labels instead. Ugly symbols as labels on computer case has always been my pet peeve, but then again it’s just me being picky again.

The sound, USB and Firewire ports takes up one 3.5" bay, removable for another 3.5" device if necessary.

Alu heat strips on top of the case. Honestly, these strips are more for aesthetic purposes than for thermal purposes.

Anti-vibration feets on the case. Definitely not anything like the Hi-Fi, but then again who cares?

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